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By clashed, Member on 24th March 2014, 08:49 AM
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24th March 2014, 03:14 PM |#11  
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You would know if you had.

Go into the Xposed installer app and uninstall the framework (we can reinstall it later - you wont lose any settings) then reboot. This should rule out anything xposed related. If it's still happening its nothing to do with xposed as it doesnt make changes to actual system files.

Nav bar returned!
But now of course I don't have my xposed frameworks and modules


*PROBLEM SOLVED!*
So I got up and reinstalled the xposed module and on and checked each module..
Apparently the 3 dot menu button on every application kept the navigation bar from going up.

Thanks alot rootSU for your help and guidence!
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24th March 2014, 03:20 PM |#12  
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Nav bar returned!
But now of course I don't have my xposed frameworks and modules

OK so now you know it IS an xposed module. Now you have to work out which one it is by disabling them all then installing the framework. Then enable one at a time (and reboot in between) to work out which one is causing the issue
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24th March 2014, 04:14 PM |#13  
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OK so now you know it IS an xposed module. Now you have to work out which one it is by disabling them all then installing the framework. Then enable one at a time (and reboot in between) to work out which one is causing the issue

*PROBLEM SOLVED!*
So I did what you said and apparently the 3 dot menu button on every application module kept the navigation bar from going up..
I uninstalled it, and problem was solved!


Again thanks alot rootSU for your help and guidence!
24th March 2014, 04:22 PM |#14  
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*PROBLEM SOLVED!*
So I did what you said and apparently the 3 dot menu button on every application module kept the navigation bar from going up..
I uninstalled it, and problem was solved!


Again thanks alot rootSU for your help and guidence!

No probs. Glad its sorted.
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What is this 3-dot botton your referring too that solved your problem. I have the same issue and i guess it's the Gravitybox module because everytime i disable it the recent key returns. Im in lollipop as well Stock rom for xperia z3
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